Cut and paste collage artist and founder of the Brooklyn Collage Collective, Morgan Jesse Lappin, speaks to MOOF about his artwork and some exciting upcoming projects… MOOF: Why collage? How did you get into collage in the first place? MJL: I started making collage art because it was my way of coming up with designs … Continue reading the weird and wonderful collages of morgan jesse lappin
It's that time of year again! People won't stop banging on about the John Lewis Christmas advert, 'late night shopping' is doing your head in, and you've probably eaten your body weight in mince pies and chocolate selection boxes... Whilst many of us celebrate this strange tradition, it turns out, it's probably a little stranger than we … Continue reading Santa Claus the Magic Mushroom & the Psychedelic Origins of Christmas
Mark Fry and Friends, Sir Plastic Crimewave & Sara Gossett, Alisha Sufit (Magic Carpet), Dan Davies (Wolf People) September 27th 2017 The Betsey Trotwood, London A sign by the door immediately grabs my attention, it reads “Astral folk this way --> Comedy that way<--" A tough choice, but tonight I'm here for the astral folk. … Continue reading Live review: Mark Fry & Friends at the Betsey Trotwood
Exciting news folks! MOOF will have a fortnightly radio show starting Monday the 11th of September from 1pm-3pm (BST) on Soundart Radio - 102.5FM, people in the Totnes area should be able to tune in live, otherwise you will be able to listen to it live on the Soundart website http://www.soundartradio.org.uk/ or later at any time, as … Continue reading Upcoming MOOF Radio Show
Welsh "seance-psych" group, Wermod, are this month's 'band to watch'
Track-by-track album review of "Heathen Hymns" by folk-rock six-piece, Galley Beggar.
Welsh psychedelic rockers, The Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk, ('milk' for short) are this month's 'band to watch.'
A brief look at 'the film that time forgot' The Pied Piper, 1972, starring iconic 60's folk-rock flower-child Donovan as the pied piper.
Our very first 'album of the week' rightfully goes to Chicago-based psychedelic rockers, Haymarket Square, and their album, Magic Lantern.